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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region III
San Mariano, San Antonio, Nueva Ecija


MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose and encircle the letter of the BEST answer
Name: _______________________________________________ Date: _________________
Grade and Section: ________________________ Score: _________________
1. What is Community? 7. What best describes an Urban Community?
a. is the process of change and development within a. Skyscrapers, busy city, Subways
communities? b. Farms, Animals, no animals
c. Dirt roads, some neighbors, no cars
b. represents the population of all species living and
d. More buildings, busy road
interacting in an area at a particular time. 8. What best describes a suburban community?
c. is all the organisms of the same group or species, a. Schools, Parks, and neighborhoods
which live in a particular geographical area, and b. Lots of traffic, apartment buildings, lots of
have the capability of interbreeding? businesses
d. the forces or properties that stimulate growth, c. Country area, with not many people around
development, or change within a system or d. Farm land, tractors, open land
9. Refer to the changes that occur in the community power
2. ___________ the forces or properties that stimulate structures and community population composition over
growth, development, or change within a system or time.
process. a. Community Dynamics
a. Population b. Community Power Structures
b. Community c. Community Population Composition
c. Dynamics d. Community Structure
10. What type of community is present in this picture?
d. Density
3. Pertains to a sense of spiritual and/ or emotional
connection to others, or communion with others on the
basis of an experience of a common problem.
a. Community as shared political territory and
b. Community as network of interpersonal ties
based on common interest
c. Community as Personal Investment. a. Urban
d. Community as profound sharing of spiritual and/ b. Rural
or emotional connection c. Suburban
4. The four elements of sense of community are the d. Rurban
following EXCEPT:
a. membership 11. _______________is used to refer to businesses or
enterprises which are responsible for producing goods
b. influence
and services to meet people’s needs and wants,
c. integration and fulfillment of needs promoting economic growth, and generating wealth.
d. community dynamics a. Public Sector
5. Refers to the sense of having importance or of feeling b. Private Sector
valued, wherein there is balance between (a) members c. Voluntary Sector or Nonprofit Organization
feeling that they have a say in the community and (b) a
d. For – benefit Sector or for – benefit
community being a body that also has the power to make
its members conform.
12. Arena of uncoerced collective action around shared
a. influence
interests, purposes and values. In theory, its institutional
b. membership
forms are distinct from those of the state, family and
c. integration and fulfillment of needs
market. Civil society commonly embraces a diversity of
d. community dynamics
spaces, actors and institutional forms, varying in their
6. What best describes a Rural Community?
a. Tall buildings, busy traffic, and a lot of people degree of formality, autonomy and power.
b. Schools, some traffics, and small neighborhoods a. People’s Organization
c. Farm land, tractors, open land b. Civil Society
d. A busy road c. Civil Organization
d. NGO’s 21. Is a kind of power that a person possesses over another
13. The characteristics of Civil Society are the following by virtue of other people’s positive perception of the
EXCEPT: former’s competence and ability?
a. formal structure of organization a. Authority
b. articulation & aggregation of interests b. Power
c. acting within the political system c. Force
d. influencing internal power d. Influence
14. is a term denotes the government and its agencies. This
sector is responsible for promoting the common good, For items 22-26 Refer to these choices:
providing security from external threats and maintaining
a. Lesbian
peace and order.
b. Gay
a. Public Sector
c. Bisexual
b. Private Sector
d. Transgender
c. Voluntary Sector or Nonprofit Organization e. Asexual
d. For – benefit Sector or for – benefit corporations 22. Romantic attraction, sexual attraction, or sexual
behavior toward both males and females, or romantic or
15. Refers to culturally/ socially constructed differences sexual attraction to people of any sex or gender identity;
between females and males. this latter aspect is sometimes alternatively termed
a. Gender pansexuality.
23. Is a homosexual man who is romantically or sexually
b. Sex
attracted to other men.
c. Masculine 24. Is a homosexual woman who is romantically or sexually
d. Feminine attracted to other women.
16. The way in which we experience ourselves as sexual 25. Without sexual feelings or associations in both sexes.
beings. It is an integral part of our personality. 26. People are sometimes called transsexual if they desire
a. Sexuality medical assistance to transition from one sex to another.
b. Human Sexuality 27. Characterized by a tendency to direct sexual desire
toward the opposite sex.
c. Actual Gender
a. Homosexual
d. Sex Roles b. Heterosexual
c. Bisexual
17. Deals with human reproduction and the physical means d. Transgender
which we carry it out, it is the aspect of sexuality, 28. Which of the following is not element/s of community
heredity and hormones and gender. economic structure?
a. Psychological aspect a. Capital assets
b. Emotional aspect b. Vulnerability context
c. Biological aspect c. Business climate
d. Physical aspect d. Liabilities
18. Biological and anatomical differences between man and
woman. 29. Refers to the position or rank a person holds in relation
a. Gender to other members of the community.
a. Social institutions
b. Sex
b. Social groups
c. Masculine c. Status
d. Feminine d. Role
19. What type of community is present in this picture? 30. Sexual interest in and attraction to members of one’s
own sex. The term gay is frequently used as a synonym
for homosexual; female homosexuality is often referred
to as lesbianism.
a. Homosexual
b. Heterosexual
c. Bisexual
d. Transgender
a. Urban 31. Refers to the established sacred or secular procedures
b. Rural and ceremonies that people in the community regularly
c. Suburban
a. Symbols and language
d. Rurban
20. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic/s of a
b. Norms
feminine gender? c. Values and beliefs
a. Independent d. Rituals
b. Thrifty
c. Talkative
d. Manipulative
32. The spark of friendship where members are able to be b. Leadership
with other members in the community in order to have c. Authority
a setting and audience to express unique aspects of one’s d. Power
personality and see oneself mirrored in the eyes and
40. We must use our judgment to decide the best course of
responses of others.
action and the leadership style needed for each
a. Closure to events
b. Quality interaction a. Situation
c. Effect of honor and humiliation to community b. Leader
members c. Follower
d. Spiritual bond d. Communication
33. Also called communal societies, refers to human 41. The authoritarian leader makes decisions alone as
associations that are characterized by being intimate power is centralized in one person. Decisions are
(having face to face relations), informal, caring, enforced using rewards and the fear of punishment. It is
homogenous and group welfare-oriented an abusive, unprofessional style called “bossing people
a. Gemeinschaft around”
b. Gesselschaft a. Democratic
c. Groups b. Laissez faire
d. Typologies c. Autocratic
34. It emphasize more on secondary relationship instead of d. Participative
families, division of labor (self-orientation 42. you must know your people. The fundamental starting
a. Gemeinschaft points is having a good understanding of human nature
b. Gesselschaft such as needs, emotions and motivations
c. Society a. leader
d. Group b. follower
35. Is a term used to characterize the interconnectivity of c. community
people or countries all over the world? d. communication
a. Global community For items 43-46 refer to
b. Community these choices
c. Local community a. social institution
d. Society b. social groups
36. Also known as nonprofit organizations, is a term usually c. status
reserved for NGO’S , faith based organizations, or civil d. role
society organizations that promote development of the 43. Refers to the obligations or behaviors expected from an
full potential of human beings individual on the basis of one’s status in life
a. Public sector 44. age, sex, social class of parents, race, ethnicity,
b. Voluntary sector barangay captain, doctor
c. Private sector 45. primary group (family, peers, neighborhood), secondary
d. Global sector group (gangs, political parties, labor unions, club,
37. Public parks, clubs, gymnasiums, pubs, town squares or Reference group
any public area where people meet and interact with 46. family, religion, economy, education, government and
one another aare examples of? health care
a. Social space For items 47-50 refer to
b. Hyper space these choices
c. Society a. rituals
d. Buildings b. values and beliefs
38. Embodies features like inclusive governance, c. norms
transparent reporting, fair compensation, d. symbols
environmental responsibility, community service 47. family, religion, economy, education, government and
a. Public sector health care
b. Private sector 48. Use of po or opo, Pagmamano, Shaking of hands
c. global sector 49. Many Filipinos value family orientation, hospitality
d. For-benefit sector towards guest, pakikisama
39. Is ultimately about creating a way for people to 50. Fasting, throwing a party when one becomes 18 or 21,
contribute to making something extraordinary happen circumcision
a. Leader

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Teacher II SHS Focal Person School Principal IV